Just wanted to share my thoughts with everyone that has or maybe considering the Nexus 4 and wanted to try Android. The Nexus 4 was my first Android device since the HTC Hero about 4 years ago. Let me start by saying the N4 is one heck of a device. If your familiar with Android and Jelly Bean OS, this device is a no brainer. The hardware is also top notch and was very impressed with the device itself. JB is super smooth, but there are still hiccups in Chrome and other touch gestures in other apps. I loved the screen LCD, the widgets, and the customization with Nova Launcher. There are really no limits what you can do in Android. Very impressive. I really tried to like the N4, but the battery life was one of the main draws that sent me back to iOS. I understand that in Android you control the Settings, but I didn't want to babysit the phone and manage battery life. Another thing I couldn't stomach was lock screen notifications. Yes Lightflow was nice, but I enjoy the popups on the lock screen in iOS. The last 2 things on the N4 I couldn't stand was the camera and music player. I guess I got really spoiled with having the iPod on an iPhone and the camera on the iP5 is top notch. The music player on the N4 sounded terrible in my car and it drove me nuts. I actually had no problems living without LTE as I got great HSPA+ service where I live. So in the end, I went back to the iPhone 5 for a smoother OS operation, better camera, and music player. The LTE is nice to have again as well. Now I understand that this is all personal preference and other users will vary. So please spare me the "cool story bro" line. I would def recommend the N4 to anyone considering the phone. I guess in the end for me it was just too much hassle to manage settings and getting the battery to sustain a healthy life.